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... an estimated $2.3 million. Gillislee, the 164th pick in last months draft, is expected to compete with Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas for playing time in the Dolphins backfield. As a senior at Florida, Gillislee rushed for over 1,100 ... Comment?
... Davis. Gillislee, who ran for 1,152 yards and 10 touchdowns in his senior season at Florida, will compete with Lamar Miller , a 2012 fourth-round pick, and Daniel Thomas , a 2011 second-round pick, for the starting tailback spot during training camp ... Comment?
... -field work in preparation for the 2013 season. Hear Tannehill explain the increased comfort level for himself, Lamar Miller and Jonathan Martin as the trio of players enter their second season in the NFL. Comment?
... be a pass-happy offense, running back is still an important position. Miami will most likely start out with Lamar Miller as their starter when the regular season begins. He had a full season to get acclimated to 's system and the speed of the NFL. ... Comment?
... than any other team, yet it's cause to label us a "disappointment." Questions in the running game assume that Lamar Miller , Daniel Thomas , and Mike Gillislee won't be able to carry the torch. Lamar Miller had almost 5 yards per carry; Daniel ... Comment?
Tailback Lamar Miller talked about his desire to become the Dolphins' featured back, discussed the holes in last year's offense and how it impacted the running game, and revealed he's spent the offseason training with fellow UM standout Frank Gore to become a complete tailback. Comment?
... he received a signing bonus of $162,800. Gillislee will fight Daniel Thomas for snaps behind projected starter Lamar Miller in 2013. After the draft, Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland said (via the Miami Herald ) that he thought Gillislee could ... Comment?
... according to numerous reports. Gillislee, the 164th pick in last month's draft, is expected to compete with Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas for playing time in the Dolphins' backfield. As a senior at Florida, Gillislee rushed for over 1,100 yards and ... Comment?
... bitter about not being re-signed by Miami. The Dolphins chose to go with young running backs Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller , rather than the proven Bush. As a Lions fan I am happy to have Bush for the 2013 NFL season. It's also nice to hear kind ... Comment?
... Before that, these players were part of the many thousands of high schools that play football. Running back Lamar Miller was born in Miami, Florida. He went to Miami Killian High School. He then attended the University of Miami in Florida. Finally, ... Comment?
... season because the backup behind this still-unproven left tackle is, well, who knows? The Dolphins are certain Lamar Miller is going to be a fine running back. Ireland was talking about him as the successor to Reggie Bush last December. Owner ... Comment?
... he looked at the running backs, Rosenthal declared Miami the worst in the league. Apparently, he has not seen Lamar Miller enough to say he has any talent, and he completely discounts any rebound for Daniel Thomas in his third year. Lamar Miller is ... Comment?
... year two, the Dolphins are extremely confident in the fact that both second-year backfield guys Tannehill and Lamar Miller will have big seasons in 2013. Just a few days ago, newly re-signed Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline exuded confidence in ... Comment?
Morning take: Some who didn't watch Miami often last year could view it that way. Lamar Miller is a virtual unknown to many NFL fans, but he was very good with limited opportunities. Daniel Thomas and rookie Mike Gillislee also provide quality depth. ... Comment?
... dominates again in 2013. But here are six players who are poised to surprise with breakout campaigns in 2013. Lamar Miller showed mere flashes of his abilities in 2012, as you can see in the embedded video. In 2013, he's expected to fill the void ... Comment?
... role this summer as one of the five young tailbacks vying for an opportunity become the team's featured back. Lamar Miller, Mike Gillislee, Marcus Thigpen and Jonas Gray will be his competition during OTAs, minicamp, training camp and the exhibition ... Comment?
... other big reason is the other options the Dolphins have at the position. In last season's draft, Miami stole Lamar Miller in the fourth round, and although he saw limited action in his rookie year, Miller was very fun to watch when he was on the ... Comment?
... Thomas. They didn't draft him, so it doesn't reflect on them if Thomas is cut or is buried on the depth chart. Lamar Miller is the tailback of the future, and many believe that 2013 fifth-round selection Mike Gillislee can replace Thomas' ... Comment?
... back. Even his last two seasons with the Dolphins, Bush had to split carries with rookies Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller. However, in Detroit, Bush should be the Lions guy. Not only is he a talented runner, but the Lions are a pass first team that ... Comment?
... CB's, and a new DE. It truly is an overhaul. On the upside, the Dolphins have kept their core strengths intact. Lamar Miller may be the new RB but he was here in the system last year. As was Brian Hartline and while Jonathan Martin is moving to LT ... Comment?